Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is one of the most reviewed models in a while. Although it’s not cheap, recent data suggest that high prices haven’t stopped consumers from interest in the collapsible device.
Samsung Electronics delivered 230,000 Galaxy Z Flip phones worldwide in March, according to a new report from SamMobile. The sales figure is up 56.1% from the 147,000 units reported in February.
While sales of the Galaxy Z Flip are not encouraging compared to the Galaxy S20 series, which is estimated to have sold 350,000 units in the United States in the first two weeks of sales. But given the impact of the new crown, such a number would suggest that the Galaxy Z Flip could soon become the world’s best-selling collapsible smartphone.
In January, four months after the Launch of the Galaxy, Samsung announced that it had sold between 400,000 and 500,000 Galaxy Folds. The Galaxy Z Flip sold 377,000 units just over a month and a half after it went on sale, and the results were pretty good.
Foldable smartphones still have a long way to go to become mainstream products, but industry analysts expect demand to grow 100-fold by 2025. There is no doubt that Samsung is now a market leader.